Sunday, November 27, 2011

Takashiba Roller Coaster : World's most steep sloped and biggest roller coaster ride now ready for action!

The experience of free falling under the influence of gravity is one of the most adventurous, exciting and threatening experience for human beings. Well to enjoy this adventurous experience, man has created many such amusement gravity slides and swings, but out of them nothing is as better as a Roller coaster. A roller coaster ride is really one of most thrilling experience in one's life. But what if it is the most steepest slope Roller Coaster of the world made ever! Just a mere though of having a ride in it is enough to give you goose bumps. Well this one of a kind extreme and biggest roller coaster of the world is completely built and is ready and is in operation at the Fuji-Q Highland amusement park situated in Japan (well there is no surprise in it, Japan is the world leader of technology).

 The name of this biggest, largest and most steep roller coaster of the world is 'Takabisha'. It accelerates you to a speed of 100 km/hr. The thrill of this roller coaster is defined by its drop of 43m at an inclination of 121 degrees of the free fall. Takashiba roller coaster broke the previous world record of the steepest roller coaster held by the 'Le Timber Drop' of France which has a freefall at 113.1 degrees from the horizontal. Takashiba roller coaster has been built up by the Fuji-Q Highland amusement park by spending a huge amount of 40 Million Dollars. Each ride of this roller coaster costs around $13 and the ride time is 1 minute 52 seconds. So, its around 2 minutes filled with the most thrilling and adventurous moments of your life if you get the opportunity to have a ride in it. Have a look at  its pictures.

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